How many goats are in the world?
Around 700 Million, It's in my University Science book!
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Goats have one stomach with four compartments; the rumen, reticulum, omasum, and abomasum, in that order.
How many years has it been since the Chicago Cubs won their last World Series Note research the Chicago Cub goat curse?
The Chicago Cubs never won a world seires, but the played in the world series when Eriene Banks was on the cubs (lost to the Red Sox)
Goats are ruminants (similar to sheep and cattle) and as such have four stomachs - the rumen, the reticulum, the omasum and the abomasum.
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Depending on their breeding, they have 1-4 (their are always exceptions), but 4 usually is very hard for them to feed on their own. A usual amount would be twins, but I have some that are known for triplets and know of some that are know for quads. Jessica www.myotonics.com
1-4 is normal. But if you're lucky, I have heard of 10. Not very likely, but has occurred.
There our many goats on earth no one knows how many. but in the grave and some houses live many goats
The best goat in Pakistan is known as KAMORI. Its the tallest, heaviest and full of meat, beautiful kind and the most popular one we have here.
They usually have twins, but there can be just one or even three or four babies. So 1-4.
Your answer to that question happens to be various. Goats often have two kids. Very rarely do goats have one kid or more than two kids.
it depends on what breed your looking at. As for milk breeds, the saanen is very useful. a nonprofitable goat would most likely be a pygmy or Nigerian dwarf goat In my opinion toggenburgs and british alpines are the best!
Baby goats are called 'kids' and twins (2 kids) are the usual result, with single (1 kid) and triplet (3 kids) births also common.
Goats can have up to three babies. We have a goat named Merry and she was pregnant. And she was FAT i mean FAT!!! we thought she would have three babies. But she ended up having one big one! So... if you have a fat pregnant goat. You might be fooled cause she could end up having only one!
usually, depending on the breed a goat has 1 to 4 kids. the average is 2. although, it has been known for goats to have up to 5.
Zero, sheep and goats are of different genus, therefore, do not relate to one another.
(Sheep In millions) People's Republic of China 158 Australia 102 India 63 Iran 54 Sudan 48 New Zealand 40 United Kingdom 36 South Africa 25 World Total 1,060 (over one billion) Source: UN Food & Agriculture Organisation 2004 Goats are usually reduced to small mountaino…us herds for domestic use only. Perhaps about 50 million worldwide. (MORE)
It all depends on the kind of pasture, if you give them supplementary feed, your average rainfall and the productivity and breed of goats being grazed - normally not more than 8 DSE per acre.
four chambers :. 1) the rumen. 2) the honey-combed reticulum. 3) the omasum. 4) the abomasum
That's a tricky question. Goats have a 5 month gestation period and can have from 1-5 kids per kidding with twins being the norm. The most common breeding cycle for goats is three kiddings in two years. Hope this helps.
A boer goat can have anywhere from 1 to 5 kids. Multiples (2-3) are common.
Goats poo many times a day! Seems like they poo all the time! If you don't have goats, you may be surprised to learn that their poos are small like rabbit poo. It's not big and nasty like cow poo. :) Goats also digest seeds completely, so they are good for clearing weeds and brush. They do not poo… out the seeds so the weeds are not reseeded the next year. They poo more than Amy other animal (MORE)
All goats including Alpines usually have 2 kids. Three is not uncommon, 4 are rare but they happen. One or Two per freshing is the average.
One of the heaviest goat breeds in the world is the Anglo Nubian.It is also the tallest. The males of this breed weigh as much as309 pounds.
Goats have a complex skeletal structure. There are 189 bones in thebody of a goat, including their horns, which are made out of bone.
The most common ones are: Milk, hide, wool, and meat. There are more, less well known, which are too obscure to mention.
Can't answer. Diffenent reasons for feeding, or not. Each goat has a purpose, and that purp[ose determines whether or not to feed, and how much, how often. Hay and water, 24/7 for ALL is necessary.
If you don't know the answer to that, and your goat is in labor, you're someone who should have done some reading in advance. You're unprepared to help your goat kid. Labor in goats usually lasts about 12 hours.
usually only once as they are in kid 150 days. they needed a break and only really come into season in the autumn
It depends on how many kids she has - it is normally one for each kid.
As a goat ages more of their front teeth will come in up until the age of 5. When the goat has all his/her teeth provided none have fallen out there should be 8 bottom teeth. Goats have a strong pad in the upper jaw instead of teeth. They do have some molars in the back of the upper jaw.
No, cow is ^^ No it isnt, GOAT is the most widely consumed meat in the world. Cow may be in America but not in the world
Mature goats will have 32 teeth, 24 molars and eight incisors. To learn more about goat teeth, view the following related link.
Goats gestation is 150 days so they can have two pregnancy's in one year. Although it is preferable that they only have one pregnancy per year as once the kid is born, it or they (twins, triplets, quads) will be suckling from the doe and she will be producing as much milk as she can (for the next 13… weeks) which means she may loose some weight. So you want the doe to put the lost weight back on before she gets pregnant again and if you don't let her there can be complications as in hypocalcaemia etc as she hasn't replenished her body reserves. (MORE)
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I believe that there is only one syllable in the word goat (according to the Revised Scholastic Children's dictionary.)
Well, this is an educated guess, but I think there are a little over 9000 goats in the state of virginia.
It depends on the serving size, but half a pound of goat (which would be a big portion) has about 250 calories.
The goat has one very large stomach with four parts; the rumen, the reticulum, the omasum, and the abomasum.
That is impossible to tell. "How many goats do you currently own?" is not a question in the census.
Normally it is from Vitamin deficiencies that they will die. Though you can get Vitamin D toxicity
A goat can live anywhere from four to eleven years depending on its care and nutrition.
It depends on the breed of goat, the size it could grow to, what it produces (meat, fibre, milk, progeny), the type of pasture grown, the annual rainfall and whether you are prepared to supplementary feed and also how often you are prepared to treat your goats for internal parasites. But basically …to minimise internal parasitism it is recommended no more than 8 DSE/ha. Therefore (77x0.40469x8)/3= 83 breeding does (as a breeding doe with progeny = 3DSE) (MORE)
Goats are cloven hoofed animals as in ungulates which means they have two claws (toes) per hoof.
around 20 if small the largeer the less you can keep goats in quite small pens if they are regulalrly visited and socialised with- never keep just one goat though!
It depends on the strength and velocity of the male Nubian father's seed. Usually about 5-6 in a litter, maybe more depending on diet.
There is no place known as the goat capital of the world, althoughTobago is known as the goat racing capital of the world, as goatracing originated there. Mill County in Texas is referred to as themeat goat capital of the U.S. Goats outnumber people in MillsCounty.
It depends on the breed of goat, the production level, the pasture available, whether you are supplementary feeding and your average rainfall but normally no more than 8 DSE/ha - so 168 goats
Does can have between one and five kids in one pregnancy a year although they normally have a single or twins.
Mountain goats are found in the Rocky Mountains in the United States, and up along the western coastline of the United States of America up and into Alaska and western Canada.
The word goat has only one syllable. You pronounce the word with a single stress point.